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  • Prospect Primer: DT Montravius Adams, Auburn

    (1:30) By packers.com - Posted Apr 28, 2017

    Of 52 total games played, started 36 in his college career, including 26 in a row, posting 11 sacks among 21 tackles for loss, notable totals for an interior defender.

  • Prospect Primer: S Josh Jones

    (1:40) By packers.com - Posted Apr 28, 2017

    Jones intercepted seven passes over the last three seasons and led his team in tackles in 2016 with 109.

  • Prospect Primer: Cooper Kupp, WR, Eastern Wash.

    (2:03) By packers.com - Posted Apr 27, 2017

    He's the most productive receiver in the history of college football. As such, his four-year numbers are off the charts – 428 catches, 6,464 yards and 73 touchdowns.

  • Prospect Primer: Charles Harris, DE, Missouri

    (1:40) By packers.com - Posted Apr 27, 2017

    Missouri’s Charles Harris feels he could play defensive end in a 4-3 or outside linebacker in a 3-4. His responsibilities changed during his college career when the program changed defensive schemes, but he feels he’s a better player for it. Regardless of position, he’s a projected first-round draft pick for one main reason.

  • Prospect Primer: Dalvin Tomlinson, DT, Alabama

    (1:53) By packers.com - Posted Apr 26, 2017

    Alabama’s Dalvin Tomlinson was one of many stars on Alabama’s top-flight defense, but if something gave him an extra edge in the rugged SEC, it was his background as a three-time state heavyweight wrestling champion.

  • Prospect Primer: Deatrich Wise, DE, Arkansas

    (1:33) By packers.com - Posted Apr 25, 2017

    Coming off an eight-sack year in 2015 that got him on the NFL radar, he dealt with a fractured hand and separated shoulder and wasn’t as productive. Hitting the postseason circuit healthier, though, helped his status.

  • Prospect Primer: Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida

    (1:15) By packers.com - Posted Apr 25, 2017

    Florida has two highly touted cornerbacks in this draft, and it will be interesting to see whether Quincy Wilson or teammate Teez Tabor gets drafted first. Either way, Wilson believes he can fit in right away in the NFL.

  • Prospect Primer: ArDarius Stewart, WR Alabama

    (1:35) By packers.com - Posted Apr 24, 2017

    On trick plays, was 2-for-2 passing for 36 yards last season, with one of the completions coming at a key moment in the national championship game

  • Prospect Primer: Ethan Pocic, C, LSU

    (1:30) By packers.com - Posted Apr 24, 2017

    Considered perhaps the top center in this draft, had an older brother (Graham) play college football at Illinois, but decided to leave his home state and eventually earned some All-America recognition at LSU

  • Prospect Primer: Curtis Samuel, WR, Ohio State

    (1:34) By packers.com - Posted Apr 22, 2017

    For now, Ohio State’s Curtis Samuel is listed as a wide receiver, but he did just as much damage as a running back and returner in college as well. That leaves his NFL future somewhat in doubt, as far as where he fits best, but that’s nothing new to this explosive, hybrid weapon.